28th November

12:30 Snack and Coffee

13:30 Welcome 
Michael Unland, CAMECO Executive Director

13:45 Communicating from and with the margins  An introduction

14:30 Opening Session

The multimedia nun Activist for human rights
Sr. Mary John Mananzan OSB, Philippines, in talk with Jörg Nowak, Missio Aachen

15.30 Coffee Break

16:00-17:00 Parallel Workshop Sessions

1. Result chains – A realistic way of measuring impact
Christoph Spurk, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

2. Participatory video – Empowerment through knowledge and technology
Christian Goertz, Minibus Media, Germany

3. Marketing without losing the mission – Strengthening the economic sustainability of Peruvian community media (in Spanish)
Lourdes Barrezueta, Plataforma Radio y Televisión, Peru

4. Revitalised – Professionalised – Demanded? A Lithuanian programme to help Catholic media out of their marginal position
Diana Adomaitené, Lithuanian Church Chronicle Foundation
Donatas Ramonas, CRC Consulting, Lithuania

5. Interculturality and creativity – Communication approaches of religious orders
Sr. Noemi Bergamin, Daughters of St. Paul (FSP), Italy
Fr. Fabrizio Colombo, Comboni Missionaries (MCCJ), Italy

17:00 Coffee Break and Room Change

17:30-18:30 Parallel Workshop Sessions

6. Preventing violence, limiting crises – Interreligious dialogue and communication in a context of conflict (in French)
Bishop Laurent Dabiré, Diocese of Dori, Burkina Faso
Michel Beuret, Fondation Hirondelle, Switzerland

7. 'All on Board' – How film training and filmmaking is used to facilitate social inclusion
Julia Krojer,, Germany

8. Addressing the concerns of the marginalized – How FADECO mobilises collective action in Tanzania
Joseph Sekiku, FADECO, Tanzania

9. Openness, digital inclusion, web literacy  How can we make the Internet healthier?
Solana Larsen, Mozilla Foundation, Germany

10. 'My School' and 'Puzzle' – TV programmes addressing marginalized children in the Middle East (working title)
Julia Seifer, Sat 7, Lebanon

19:00 Evening programme: Celebrating 50 years of CAMECO

29th November

09:00 Holy Mass

10:00 Coffee Break

10:30-11:30 Parallel Workshop Sessions

11. Influencer marketing for development? An experiment involving a Misereor project in Brazil
Pia Schröder, Misereor, Germany

12. Crowdfunding for journalists – Opportunities and challenges (working title)
Jeremy Druker, Transitions Online, Czech Republic

13. Street children advocating for their rights – The Butterfly experience (working title)
Rita Panicker, Butterfly, India

14. Audience research as an eye-opener – Strengthening local communication in Uganda
Margaret Sentamu, Uganda Media Women's Association (UMWA), Mama FM, Uganda

15. Dignity, equality and freedom – Upholding human rights and advancing social justice in the digital age
Sara Speicher & Stephen Brown, World Association for Christian Communication, United Kingdom

11:30 Coffee Break

12:00 Communicating from and with the margins – Results to go

13:00 Lunch